Havre de Morgiret 

4.1 (29 ratings)
  • 43° 16' 57" N, 5° 18' 11" E / See on the map

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Allowed
  • Mooring buoys
    Unavailable
  • Anchor stern to
    Unavailable
  • Lines ashore
    Not necessary

Type of seabed

  • Sand

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

  • Beach
    Available
  • Snack
    Available
  • Water
    Unavailable
  • Dock
    Unavailable

User reviews (29 ratings)

  • Ken
    Ken ~ 07/07/2021
    The Cunning Plan | Sailboat ~ 12.58 m

    A beautiful spot with excellent protection from pretty much everything apart from the north westerly. Quite deep, I anchored in 14 m, but everyone swung together so there wasn’t a problem. Easy access to get the tender on to the ramp just left of the beach and a short walk to the restaurants at the port.

    A beautiful spot with excellent protection from pretty much everything apart from the north westerly. Quite deep, I anchored in 14 m, but everyone swung together so there wasn’t a problem. Easy access to get the tender on to the ramp just left of the beach and a short walk to the restaurants at the port.

  • Philippe
    Philippe ~ 21/06/2021
    CARPE DIEM 2 | Sailboat ~ 11.75 m

    A short distance from Marseille. If you are lucky enough to find a place in the first part it's great, there is a high turnover so possible to reposition yourself. Nice little walk on the island. Birds everywhere. We stayed for two days.

    A quelques encablures de Marseille. Si vous avez la chance de trouver de la place dans la première partie c’est top, il y a un grand turnover donc possible de se repositionner. Petite balade sur l’île, sympa. Des oiseaux partout. Nous sommes restés deux jours.

  • Marco ~ 11/06/2021
    Sway | Sailboat ~ 12.2 m

    Beautiful and well protected spot. Good holding. Very popular for the sunset. Making it quite noisy. Not only by the thousands of seagulls, but also by the passengers of mainly the motor boats and group charters that come here to drink and play loud music and do their best effort for singing along. Lucky after sunset those noisy "birds" usually take off to their home ports.

    Beautiful and well protected spot. Good holding. Very popular for the sunset. Making it quite noisy. Not only by the thousands of seagulls, but also by the passengers of mainly the motor boats and group charters that come here to drink and play loud music and do their best effort for singing along. Lucky after sunset those noisy "birds" usually take off to their home ports.

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